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jejunum:

see intestineintestine,
muscular hoselike portion of the gastrointestinal tract extending from the lower end of the stomach (pylorus) to the anal opening. In humans this fairly narrow (about 1 in./2.
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jejunum

[jə′jü·nəm]
(anatomy)
The middle portion of the small intestine, extending between the duodenum and the ileum.
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jejunum

the part of the small intestine between the duodenum and the ileum
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compared patients with stomach interposition, free jejunal flap, and pharyngocolic anastomosis.
Our patient initially might have been bleeding a minimal amount of blood from her jejunal tumor (as evident by a hypochromic microscopic picture on presentation) but later developed massive bleeding.
Intestinal morphology in broiler chickens at 35 days of age when interactions between crude protein level and protease enzyme supplementation were significant 1) Item Diets 2) NP LP1 LP2 LP3 Jejunal villus height With protease 1,128 960 957 796 Without protease 962 1063 71 8 8 9 7 Ileal absorptive surface area With protease 0.119 0.174 0.151 0.142 Without protease 0.135 0.152 0.118 0.106 Item SEM Contrast, p-values Linear Quadratic Jejunal villus height With protease 25.41 <0.001 <0.001 Without protease 22.95 0.099 <0.001 Ileal absorptive surface area With protease 0.066 <0.001 1.000 Without protease 0.006 0.386 0.004 SEM, standard error of mean.
We grew jejunal HIE cultures (J2 or J3 lines) as undifferentiated 3D cultures in the presence of CMG[F.sup.+] supplemented with 10 |mol/L Y-27632, as described previously (17).
In this study, we compared two approaches of jejunal feeding tube placement: a conventional method through ultrasonographic observation with 24 individuals and an experimental method through antral progressive water injection with 30 individuals.
Jejunal goblet cells were stained purple-red, indicating that they contain heparin and histamine, etc., and take part in the mucosal immune response of the intestine.
Ryder and Association of British Clinical Diabetologists (ABCD), "Duodenal jejunal bypass liner for diabesity-the risk benefit ratio from the world wide Endobarrier registry," European Association for Study of Diabetes, 2018.
The patient had a history of a 6.5 cm gastrointestinal stromal tumor (GIST) of the cardia, for which she initially received downsizing treatment with imatinib 400 mg/d, followed by surgical resection of the gastroesophageal junction and reconstruction with a jejunal interposition (Merendino procedure) 4 years earlier (Figure 1).
Formalin-fixed, paraffin-embedded sections of jejunal and ileal tissues were immunostained using an anti-GLP-1 antibody.
Golmohammadi et al., "Jejunojejunal intussusception caused by a jejunal villous adenoma polyp in an adult," Annals of Colorectal Research, vol.